About This Listing
The “Studio at Mibbett Hollow’ is in a Beautiful Houseboat on Quiet The Ship's Canal at the Famous Fishermen's Terminal Near the Ballard Locks, close to bus to all attractions. Downtown by bus. A private furnished studio with Single Bunk, Kitchenette Private Bathroom, Drawers, Cupboards, Cabinets and Closet with Cedar lining, Private Deck, WiFi, utensils.
Ideal for a Single Person ( single bed only). Princess the Cat lived in the houseboat so no folks with allergies!
Close to a plutera of Various Ethnic Restaurant choices within walking distance in Ballard - Bus to Fremont ~ "The Center of the Universe"
Nearest Bus stop West Emerson and 21 St West
Near the Burke~Gilman Trail (Walking and Biking
Experience living on the water in one of Seattle's Famous Houseboats!!!
This is a quiet community so we'd like you to honor that with your quiet enjoyments!
The studio was not available, so Lynne offers to rent me her bedroom (aka master stateroom.) While the bed was comfortable, it felt odd to be staying in someone else's space. I had trouble keeping track of my stuff as the space was visually very busy, although from a voyeuristic standpoint, interesting.
Lynne was a lovely hostess and a very easy going person. The location of the houseboat was perfect for my needs, and you can't beat the price.
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About the Host, Lynne
I am a Marine Survey and Investigator inspecting vessels of all sizes, materials and ages. I visited the North west for many Summers as a Sail Trainer on the Tall Ship "Schooner Adventuress - She Celebrates100 years of Sailing this year, built in 1913!
I fell in LOVE with the Northwest and moved here from Arizona, Utah and So California in the Mid 90's. I love working in the Water/ Marine environment and really enjoy all the people I have an opportunity to meet and work with in my job. I especially enjoy the "Brief Encounter" while I host others and share my space and story and the beautiful surroundings.
I do not do EARLY, or without COFFEE, I love to Read Mysteries as it takes me away from the Bilges of Boats. I enjoy learning more about my trade and sharing my knowledge with other professionals as a teacher - One simply never knows, each day, if they will be the Student or the Teacher - ah the Wonder!!!!.
I am a Grandmother and Great Grandmother, and was lucky enough to have found my BIRTH FAMILY after wondering for most of my life! I have been drawn into the fold of the most WONDERFUL Family a girl could have, with Brothers, a Sister In Law, Four Nieces and Nephews and many Great Nieces and Nephews of which I am so very Proud, and of which I cherish every moment with them!! I have three Daughters, all grown, with Four Grandchildren. Only one live really near for which I am eternally grateful to my special daughter Donna for and for my Son In Law who is more like a son to me.
I lived Girl Scouting and Mariner Scouting in So Cal and UTAH and am blessed to have reunions with periodically - some girls are now 50 years old and I am so PROUD of who they all have become and have Contributed to the World!